This two-story building of light tan brick and stone trim is a successful example of abstract Beaux-Arts Classicism. Its centerpiece is a slightly recessed portico composed of wide un-decorated pilasters, accompanied by an entablature which is sparsely decorated with deep-set horizontal lines and the name of the building. On each side of the portico is a lower wing. Each wing contains a classical niche on the lower level, and above these is a single band of three windows with an eagle projecting from the continuous lintel.
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Louisa County Courthouse
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